Santa Barbara, Sept. 9, 2015 — CALIENT Technologies, Inc., the global leader in Optical Circuit Switching technology, today announced it will exhibit at the upcoming Lightreading Telco Data Center Summit to be held at the Westin Galleria in Dallas, Texas, on September 16.
At the event, CALIENT will showcase its S-Series Optical Circuit Switches that are being deployed in very high volumes in web-scale data center optical networks to deliver improved utilization of expensive compute and storage resources.
CALIENT will also showcase a range of high-value optical circuit switching applications for including Virtual PODs (VPODs) and software defined fiber management. Both applications can dramatically improve operational efficiency in large data centers.
More details on the Telco Data Center Summit can be found on the Lightreading website at: http://events.lightreading.com/events/telco-data-center-summit-2015/event-summary-c15ed7aaa4a94797ad9ad765083920a5.aspx
CALIENT S-Series Optical Circuit Switches
CALIENT builds the highest port density Optical Circuit Switches (OCS) in the networking industry. The S-Series includes the S320, a 320-port OCS and the S-160, a 160-port OCS. The switches allow any-to-any network connections with almost no latency and can be reconfigured on demand through network management or SDN controllers via a range of standard APIs. Small form factor, extremely low power consumption, almost unlimited scalability, and Telcordia-grade reliability make the CALIENT switches ideal for a range of data center and service provider applications.
For additional information on CALIENT’s S-Series switches and the SD-WAN application, please visit the CALIENT S-Series website.
About CALIENT Technologies, Inc.
CALIENT Technologies is the global leader in pure photonic Optical Circuit Switching with systems that enable dynamic optical layer optimization in next generation data centers and software defined networks. CALIENT’s 3D MEMS switches allow data center operators to dramatically improve utilization rates of expensive compute resources that typically account for 75 percent to 90 percent of investment. Data center operators and metro service providers also deploy CALIENT switches to offload large, highly persistent data flows from packet networks to optical circuit switched networks within and between data centers, delivering light speed express path connectivity between compute resources with virtually no latency. The company designs and builds its systems using its own state-of-the-art MEMS fab facility located at its corporate headquarters in Santa Barbara, California. For more information, visit CALIENT at http://www.calient.net, on Twitter and LinkedIn, or contact us at: email@example.com.
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